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There's a mixed verdict in a case often cited by Donald Trump to support his call for a crackdown on undocumented immigrants. Also, life inside the gilded prison also known as the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh. And we learn about a graphic biography of Josephine Baker.
Today, we start with a look at the story of one DACA recipient in Florida facing possible deportation. Also, we head to Britain, where there's a backlash after US President Donald Trump retweeted videos posted by a British far-right group. Plus, meet a woman making new Choctaw musical traditions.
President Donald Trump promises to "handle" North Korea after another missile test. One Korea watcher thinks it's time for talks with Kim Jong-un. Also, South Korea tries to wipe out corruption. And a company wants to use drones to fight mosquito-borne diseases like malaria.
A hotel complex in Panama wants to dump the Trump name. Also, Jamaica issues licenses to let farmers grow marijuana legally under certain circumstances. And, why Russia's fake news machine doesn't work so well in Germany or Britain.
Hundreds of migrants risking their lives in the Mediterranean are being rescued, but many others are being sent back to Libya. Also, the former wife of an American ISIS fighter renounces extremism. Plus, "The Problem with Apu."
The fall of Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe after 37 years in power has led people in other African nations to question their longtime leaders. We'll take a look. Also, a Bosnian war survivor tells us that, for him, the conflict isn't really over. Plus, how East Germans fell in love with Frank Zappa during the Cold War.